Department of Electronics

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Welcome to the Department of Electronics. We are one of the UK's leading departments in Electronic Engineering.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Department of Electronics, a department dedicated to world-leading research and teaching in Electronic Engineering. Our research groups play significant roles on the national and international stage, collaborating with major industries and securing funding from research councils. In the latest REF assessment, 87% of our work was assessed as world leading or internationally excellent. With respect to our teaching, in the most recent NSS survey in 2016 we were rated in the top 10 nationally for teaching quality (for the third year running) and in the top 5 for academic support. We offer a wide range of degree programmes specifically designed to educate you to be a world class engineer and maximise your full potential. 

Prof. Jon Timmis
Head of Department

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The Department of Electronics holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award. Find out more about the Department's work in this area on our Women in Engineering pages.

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Tackling contaminated waters in Vanuatu

Posted on Wednesday 9 November 2016

At present in Vanuatu, over 10% of the population depend on unimproved river, lake or spring water. The situation grew worse following Cyclone Pam (March 2015), when half the population was without clean drinking water for one month after water and sanitation infrastructure was destroyed.


Researchers at the University of York have developed a new sensor that is capable of detecting multiple proteins and enzymes in a small volume of blood, which could significantly speed up diagnostic healthcare processes.

Posted on Monday 19 September 2016

Currently tests to detect the presence of infection or disease require a sample of blood from a patient, which is later analysed in a laboratory to detect markers of disease. The presence of particular proteins can give an indication of a health condition and the best course of treatment, but only one type of protein can be identified per sample.


Best Student Paper Award at EMC Europe.

Posted on Monday 27 June 2016

PhD student Sarah Parker was awarded the Best Student Paper at the EMC Europe conference in Wroclaw. Sarah is sponsored by York EMC Services and works in the Applied Electromagnetics Laboratory team developing new electromagnetic shielding measurement techniques in collaboration with HUAWEI Technologies. Shown alongside Sarah are her supervisors Dr John Dawson and Prof Andy Marvin, the CEO of York EMC Services Mr Nick Wainwright and one of our HUAWEI collaborators and co-author Dr Ming Ye.